Representative of Russian State Duma accused Ukraine of oppressing ethnic groups

He also told how Ukraine could be without several areas
09:32, 1 December 2019

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Vyacheslav Volodin, the representative of the Russian State Duma, accused Ukraine of nationalism and oppression of ethnic groups. The State Duma press service reports it.

"Nationalism, oppression of small nations can lead to the withdrawal of a number of regions from Ukraine. This should be understood by the Ukrainian authorities not to allow violations of the rights and freedoms of ethnic groups living in the country," Volodin noted.

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Thus, the State Duma representative responded to the attempt of the Ukrainian delegation to disrupt the speech of the pro-Russian representative of Crimea at the UN forum.

As we reported, Russia has several plans or scenarios regarding Donbas; they include the referendum on the re-integration of territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions, as well as the revival of 'Novorossiya' project

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